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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (April 23, 1904)
Mose Levy now has charge of the
J. P. Withers is in from bis
Rsd Front Livery and Feed Barn
Garden seeds at Voegtly’s.
where he will be pleased to look
‘BROWN’S” “THE SATISFACTORY «TORE”, “BROWN’S
Onion sets 7 pounds for a 11 at
Judge Miller ie suffering from a
Í8T CIRCULATION Of
your wants in his line, Mose
EH IN THIS COUNTY.
is a thorough competent livery man
Sheep shearing is now the order and stock placed in his care are
Our Spring and Sammer Stork lias co'Tn,nenced to arrive
For bargains in hardware see
of the day.
Y. APRIL S 1904.
certain to receive the best of treat
Up-to-date.iub printing at reason ment. Livery turnouts on short
J. P. Cavender has been quite
notice. Prices reasonable.
1 N ews.
sick for the past week.
James Brandon and wife were in
Bookkeeper Holland is out on a
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
the city today.
tour of the P. L. 8. Co. ranches.
Sam Mickel was a business visit In the Connty Court of the State of Ore
sr & Cummins.
We are again enjoying some nice
from hie home near Harney one gon, for Harney county.
>r has returned to sun shine and watching the gardens
In the matter of the Estate of Ralph
Now is your opportunity to seed Notice is hereby given that the under
at the Red Front
Abniinistrator of the Estate of
visitor from his home one day this your place with alfalfa. Geer & signed
Ralph Brown, deceased, has tiled his
Cummins have a fine lot of seed.
Account in said estate and that
id family will move
Mrs. W. C. Byrd has been quite the Hou. II. C. livens, county judge of
Miss Myra King is again at her
Harney county, Oregon, has Bet the 25th
old position as a compositor in this ill the latter part of this week. day of April, 1904, at the hour of 10
Hanley is reported
o'clock a m, at the court’s room in the
G. A. Rembold took his depar- City of Burns, Harney county, Oregon,
Should there be no late frosts
'as over to Drewsey
the time and place for the hearing of
Harney county’s fruit crop promises ture yesterday for Pendleton where as
eaid account. All persons having any
flped the Odd Fel-
i well this season.
objections to Baid Final Account shall
that come up at the May term of abpedr and be heard thereon at said
Dr. Marsden is over at Agency the supreme court,
Horton, who has
time and place.
Valley, having been called on pro
K. H. BROWN,
is slowly improv-
Administrator i .
we are glad to state.
dates in this place the past week
M. N. Fegtly of Red Butte, was and the town has been particularly
oegtly ia closing out his ini
ise stuck of hardware ât cost. in the city last evening and register dry. The boys have been out tak
ing a circle around other sections.
Notice is hereby given that the
Many people from various parts undersigned, as administratix with
eo. White was again confined to
During the coming week we will have on display an entirely new nd complete
Lon Richardson is looking after of the county were interested spec
room a few days this week suf-
the will annexed of the Estate of
his political interests in this city to tators at the Miller trial the past
of Wash Fabrics, which in extent, variety and general attractiveness will be
ig from a bad knee.
Allen T. Clark, deceased, has filed
day and attending to apme private week. Standing room was at a
by any in this co inty. Our stock comprises many exclusive new novelties
her anal account in the county
ia McKenzie, of Harney business.
premium a good part of the time court of the State of Oregon for
besides all the leading and well known and popular mc’kes of
With her sister Mrs.
Mrs. C. A. Byrd has a nice stock
Parties desiring to purchase Harney County, and that Wednes
Ginghams, Zephyrs, Madras, Oxfords, Swlsses, Cords, Voiles, Pongee,
as Riley of this city.—Ontario
of hats at the railroad which she some fine bulls will find something day the 4th day of May 1904 at 10
Suitings, Tweeds, Mulls, Batiste, flousselines, Jacquards, Panama
expects as soon as the stage will to their interest by reading an ad A M, nt the court room of said
Etamine, etc Also an endless variety of other Popular Price
Fo4flK0H you anything in the bring them.
on prge three. The French-Glenn court has been set by said court as
ng machinery at prices
from 5c to 50c per yard.
James Donegan arrived home Co. has bulls for sale at the P-Ranch. the time and place for the hearing
bat defy competition,
Henry Blackwell has just return of objections thereto and the settle
nd gel prices and terms Tuesday from Portland where he
had been to attend the republican ed from delivering several hundred ment thereof.
x state convention.
listed and first, publishhd March
head of cattle to parties in Warner
leart was over from
G. W. Clevenger and Newt Hoov- valley. He reports his trip a suc
r section the first of
M ary A. C lark ,
1 land business. He ei have returned home from Port
Administratrix with will annexed
thied by Win Richeart land where they went as delegates
of Estate of Allen T. Clark, de
Austin Culp is over from hi8 home
to the republican conventions.
in Cronk county to visit relatives.
IT OR S ale —A saloon
Among the candidates that took
His wife has been here all whiter
Trading Stamps Given.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR.
M for rent or sale at a in the Drewsey section this week
visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs
¡price and terms. For were Byron Terrill, J. E. Loggan,
Agents for McCall Bazar Patterns 10 and 15 Cents.
E. F. Morris. Austin says .he id Notice is hereby given that on the 10th
pculars apply to
J. C. Welcome Jr.. J. M. Dalton,
farming over there and is well day of March 1904, by order of the Conn , • Singer Sewing Machines ...Sold on Easy Terms.
I Olson, Drewsey, Ore.
Sam Mothershead, E' B. Waters,
ty Court, of the State of Oregon, for llar-1 J
pleased with his location.
I. Holland entertained a A. K. Richardson and Dr. Voip.
ney County, of that date duly reedered ( J
The family of Dist. Atty. Miller and entered, the undersigned was duly
her lady friends at her Some of them have 1 eturned while
arrived here last Monday from appointed Administrator of the Estate
Wednesday evening in others extended their tour to other
Ontario and are visiting friends in of John Dunstan, deceased. Aud nny
gippy manner and these
this city. Judge Miller informs ub aud all persons having claims against
fort a most enjoyable
County Clerk Rieder has return he is thinking seriously of again said estate are hereby notified to present
ed from Portland where he repre taking up his residence in this city the same duly verified—as required by
law to C. H. Leonard my attorney
[message last Monday sented Harney County in the demo where he would practice law. Be at Bnrns, Oregon, within six months
ithat Ike Blevins’ father cratic state convention. Frank ie ing a county seat town and the land from the date of tiie first publication of
■ly ill at Prineville quite enthusiastic politically and is office here he considers Burns has this notice; the first publication being
Blevins to leave imme- especally pleased with the nominee advantages over Ontario for his on Saturday the 12th day of March 1904,
and being published for four successive
hie home, but he arrived for joint-representative, C. W. Mal particular line of work.
weeks or for five publications.
his father died on Mon-
James H. Dunstan,
N. U. Carpenter is having the
ind was buried Thure- very able and feels that should he
Blevins was about 66 be elected he would be in a position
hd had lived in Crook to do much for his constituents. east of Burns with t'n6 intention of
nany years. The cause Mr. Rieder had a very pleasant va seeding 100 acres to wheat and oats NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
I was blood poisoning cation and is again at his post in this season if possible. He will get
The Windsor, under the manage
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, /
in 60 acres anyway. This will be 4»
tch on a barb wire fence. the clerk’s office.
Burns, Oregon, April 27. 1904,1
ment of C. B. Smith & Co., is one
an experiment to a certain extent, Notice is hereby given that .Samuel Mickel,
of Harney, Oregon, has filed notice of intention of the most popular resorts in the
as it is sage brush land and cannot to make proof on his desert-land claim No. 265 • .
Finest of liquors and
8E>4, sec. 32. T. 22 8., R. ' HltCHOI .
be irrigated, although water can be 82^ E W M. before the Register and Receiver at
Burns, Oregon, on Monday the 80th day of May, cigars, billiards and card tables
held near the Burface a portion of 1904.
He names the following witnesses to prove and expert mixologists.
the growing season. This will dem the complete irrigation and reclamation of said
On the above date we are
land: C. A. McMahan, David Richards >n, A. K.
onstrate the practicability of such Richardson and Price Withers, all of Harney,
go in o' to give away a
W m . F abric , Register, NOTICE
land for farming purposes and he
an object lesson to doubting ones
UNITED STATES LAND OFrTCK,
See Voegtly’s ad.
TH t F
In TRIMMINGS our stock is the most extensive ever
shown in this city.
inspect the Handsome Upright Piano I
We are Giving Away.
IULY 4, 1904.
IDEAL GIANT MOWING MACHINE
r • ***’*'4
at our store where the Machine is on exhibi-
yery one will have the same opportunity to
his fine Howing Machine. A single cash
! may be the means of presenting it to you. i
THE MONUMENTAL BRONZE
COMPANY, of Bridgeport, Conn.,
has appointed M. L. Lewis, their
agent for Harney County. This
old reliable Company makes all
kinds of Monuments, (»rave Covers.
Corner posts Yases and Urns, out
of pure refined Zink, which is one
of the elementary or virgin metals,
the same as gold and silver, and is
indestructable and cannot be affect
ed by the climatic conditions.
These monuments are cheaper by
half than any kind of stone,
more beautiful in design and can
not be broken. Mr. Lewis desires
all who are contemplating the pur
chase of anything in this line to
call on him st the office of Biggs A
Biggs, and see designs sample of
material and get prices.
CALL FOR COUNTY WARRANTS.
Notice is hereby given that there
are funds in the county treasury
for the redemption of all warrants
drawn on the Road, Building and
General Funds and registered prior
to Dec 1, 1903 Interest on the
some will cease from this date, ’
April 1. 1904.
TIMBER LAND NOTICE.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE,/
Burns, Oregon, April 25 1964.1
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions of the act of Congress of
June 3, 1878, entitled “An act tor the sale of |
timber lands in the States of California, Oregon
Nevada and Washington Territory,” as extend
ed to all the Public Land States by act of Aug-
ust 4, 1892. John Adams, of Tacoma, county of’
Pierce, State of Washington, has this day filed
in this office bis sworn statement No. 281, for
the purchase of the N% of 8j^ of Section No. m ,
in Township No 21 8., Range No. 25, E. W. M..
and will offer proof to show that the land sought
Is more valuable for its timber or stone than for
agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim
to said land before the Register and Receiver of
ihU om^t BuTn.. Ilreson; on SatunUy. .he •
23rd day of July. 1904.
He names as witi.eesex Francis B J. Hickle, ’
of Enderlin. N. Dakota. N. A. Dibble, of Silver
creek. Oregon. G. F. Saltshorry. "< St. Joe. .
Idaho, D. 8. O’Brien, of Tacoma, Washington,
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described landsare requested to flletheir
claim» in this office on or before said 23d day of
W m F akrb , Register.
Burn», Orepo 1, April lr>. l’»04.|
Notice in hereby given that the following-
named settler has filed Hot lee of his Intention
to make final proof in support «»f hl» Hahn,mid
that said proof will be made before I he Register
and Receiver nt Burns, Oregon, on May IWh.
1904. viz: Hd. E. N o . 812 of Augustus W lliir'-
burt, ■ for the W', HW'4, Hee. 3 in I N'a h'E', See
' T. 27 3 , R. 29 E.. W M.
lie names the following witness h to prove
hl» continuous residence upon and cultivation
said - land, • viz: Simon Lewis. Tom Mien, J.
and * *•
w ’ } Bradwell, all of Burns,
W m . F a rhe , Register.
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A pi 11 ia,
i . ui i i
Is hereby given that
named settler has Hied notice of hie intention
make final proof ----------------
in support • of *■-
thnt »aid proof will be made l>ef.»rethe Register
and Receiver at Burn«. Oregon, on May •-•llh,
1901, v J m Hd. E. Nt». 773 of Farb-v <i. Wil lams
foa the BE'4 Mee. 10, Tp. 28 M„ R. 32 E., W. I
He name» the following witnesses to prove
hi» continuous residence upon and etiltixation
of »aid land, viz: Fred Denstedt, Owen I.. Shin-
gledeeker, Albert Shaw and Frank William», all
of Burns, Oregon
W m . F a rhe . Register.
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TIMBER LAND NOTICE
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE,
Burns, Oregon, April ’25,1904.
Notice is hereby given that In compliance
with the provisions of the act of Congress of
June 3, 1878, entitled “An act for the sale of
timber lands Ui the Htatesof California,Oregon.
Nevada and Washington Territory,” as extend
ed to all the Public Land State» by art of Aug
ust4, 1*92. Francis B. J. Biekle, of Enderlin,
countv of Ransom, State of N. Dakota, has this
day filed in this office his sworn statement No.
232. for the purchase of the 814 of N'X of Section
No. R. in Township No. 21 8 . kange No. 25 E.. W
M , and will offer proof to show that the land
songht is more valuable for its timber or atone
than for agricultural purposes, and to establish
his claim to said land before the Register and
Receiver of this office at Burns, Oregon, on Sat
day of July, 1'904
„ as witnesses John Adams of Ta
Washington, N A. Dibble, of Silver Creek
Malisburry, of Mt. Joe, Idaho, D.
O ’ ’Brien,
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
K. A. M iller .
Treasurer Harney County, Oregon
above-described lands are requested to file their
claims in this office on or before said 23d da> <f
CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELF
MILLER & THOMPSON.
JOHN GEM BEHLING.
Fine Watch Repairing A
w«. f >» m , a^uter.
ginning on this date I will close out all lines of shelf and heavy hardware, tinware, etc., at COST. Call and see the
Dds, and get the prices, and be convinced. This is no catch advertisement, but is an actual fact.
at COST. This is your opportunity. Remember, sales must be STRICTLY CASH.
Goods in all lines